Rosoideae

The rose subfamily Rosoideae consists of more than 850 species, including many shrubs, perennial herbs, and fruit plants such as strawberries and brambles. Only a few are annual herbs. The circumscription of the Rosoideae is still not wholly certain; recent genetic research has resulted in several changes at the genus level and the removal from Ro...
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Rosoideae

(from the article `Rosales`) ...fruit and seed remains have been recognized from the genera Crataegus and Pyrus. Leaf fossils are described for Cydonia, Amelanchier, and ... The rose family is divided into four very distinct subfamilies based primarily on fruits: Spiraeoideae (spirea subfamily), with follicles; Rosoideae ... [2 relat...
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